Originally Posted by Fresh Like Will
What passive aggressiveness? There is no argument.
The quality and value of a game is subjective. We probably don't even play the same games. What's worth $60 to me may not be to you.
This launch window has been a lot better than previous ones. FTR, not every game I've bought has been $60. Some were PS+ games that I would of never bought or played like Resogun and Outlast. Or Mercenary Kings, which I already planned on buying. Or games on sale like LEGO Marvel for half retail. I think having 4-5 retail games and another 3-4 digital games is pretty decent for the first 7 months after launch.
Your last sentence from your previous post was passive aggressive.
The quality is subjective, however the value is not subjective(imo.)
Hence why particular games get price cuts before quality games that came out at the same time.
I offered an objective way to qualify which games are worth $60. I personally think that all CODs/sports games are worth $60, since people play them alot.
However those games' quality to me are lack luster.
I agree with the last sentence.
Originally Posted by rrlegend
Originally Posted by bamez
Ya'll trippin, $60 is a pretty decent price for a video game. Not gonna talk about the prices of old games back in the day, but $60 for a PS4 game is pretty inexpensive when you think about it. I don't think devs and studios are asking for much. We, the consumers have been spoiled so much, a new next gen console for half the price the previous gen console was at launch? No increase in the price of games, $50 PS2 games to $60 PS3/360, to still $60 PS4/X1 games.
Yeah but they are putting out gimped games . Nothing irrataes me more than dlc being announced before the game hits release date. Maps and skins cool but extra story to a single player campaign feels like I'm getting jipped . Perfect example resident evil 4 with the Ada story after you complete game and mercineries mode , I can only imagined if re4 was put out in 2008 instead of 2004 those would of been pay to play .
Also we've got microtransactions, pay-to-win, "free"-to-play "exclusive" packs, avatar merch, and season passes now.
Most of which, you'll never be able to resell. The game has to be life changing for me to pay all that $$$ to experience it on release date.
I think it was empire who said that he spent $150 on bf4.
How many times did they patch that game?
Edited by iYen - 6/3/14 at 6:30pm